Kirk Baily’s death: Nickelodeon star and voice actor dies of lung cancer aged 59

Actor Kirk Baily, known for playing Kevin “Ug” Lee on the Nickelodeon series Hello your shortspassed away at the age of 59.

Baily’s death on February 28 came six months after he was diagnosed with lung cancer.

The news was announced by friends on social media, with family confirmed TMZ that the cause of death was cancer.

Baily plays the Ugon camp counselor Hello your shorts for two seasons on Nickelodeon, alongside Danny Cooksey, Erik MacArthur and Blake Soper.

In addition to that series, Baily is also known for her voice acting career.

Among the projects where Baily offers voice work are Cowboy Bebop (1999), Hotel Transylvania (2012), frozen (two thousand and thirteen), Big Hero 6 (2014), and Movie The SpongeBob: Sponge on the Run (In 2020).

Baily also lends her voice in video games including Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force, Dead Space: The Fall and Verdict 2: Bloody red.

In front of the camera, he appeared as a guest in a number of popular TV series, including Melrose Place, Star Trek: Voyager, NYPD Blue, Review Amy and Performance by Larry Sanders.

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/kirk-baily-death-age-cause-b2027118.html Kirk Baily’s death: Nickelodeon star and voice actor dies of lung cancer aged 59

Tom Vazquez

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